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DIY Paper Mache

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PAPER CROSS: Made from rolling and folding magazine pages. Great project for youth.

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Interior decorating with maps

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Newspaper Craft. Woven coin purse. ChicRecycled Fashion. #Innovative

decoupage table in comics. fun and colorful.

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Square Upcycled Magazine Coasters

DIY hot air balloon. Love the distressed metal look. Would be accurate circa early 1900's flight when canvas craft (balloons & zeppelins) were coated with aluminum paint.

paper-mache lady. THIS IS GREAT!!

Paper Mache star made with old dictionary paper!

fish made from recycled soda bottles. WAY I WOULD DO IT: cut liter bottle in half and staple shut with rounded cardboard inside. Cover rough edges with duct tape before giving to students. and then covering with scales, glitter, tissue paper and paper mache

Terri Brooks~ oil, enamel on paper mache

How to decorate paper mache Easter eggs

Paper Mache Stones

Kid proof ornaments. Paper mache instead of glass!

Vintage Halloween Paper Mache Pumpkin Lantern

Halloween Paper Mache Pumpkin Lantern

Paper Mache Pig

Vintage Paper Mache Earrings Hand Painted from Kashmir. - DESPERATELY WANT!

Vintage Paper Mache Earrings Hand Painted from Kashmir


Paint paper mache letters copper, and glue pennies to the front! @KatyShaffer : your bottle caps would work for this project!!!

How to Make Paper Mache Letters

Apex Elementary Art: Adventures in Paper Mache

paper mache and cereal box cardboard.

Three-dimensional sculptures out of paper-maché and painted cut paper

DIY Plants VS Zombies Costume Clothes from Goodwill Mask made of Paper Mache

DIY Paper Mache Hand Hooks Tutorial from Making Nice in the Midwest here. You can find these in the jewelry display aisle at craft stores or here (no affiliate links). *First seen at Pulgly Pixel here. *These hands remind me of a more sturdy version of hands in the form of a coat rack inspired by an episode of DEXTER: Natasha’s DIY Baby Doll Coat Rack made with doll hands and legs here.

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